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Stranded when their car gets a flat tire, two sexy girls accept help from two hippies in a dune buggy. After sex to repay the favor, the four team up for a robbery at one of the girl's home, but it goes terribly wrong.
No script sex comedy from a master, with emphasis on sex
Anthony Spinelli shot MILK CHOCOLATE evidently as a lark, obviously with no script and intermittently amusing results. Mixed-combo effort starring a couple of male chauvinists has a decent cast to put it over.
Title confusion is amplified this time, as movie has been made available on DVD via an Alpha Blue Archives 3-fer that also contains a 1984 video feature named CHOCOLATE CREAM, which happens to be the original theatrical title of this Spinelli film. The key word is chocolate in either case.
Black couple, Val Anderson and Pharoah Amos, latter doing most of the talking in his usual motor mouth fashion, moves to San Francisco, where John Seeman goes into a racist rant at Blacks moving in next door - it's so extreme it's almost amusing.
Contrasting with this is liberal Ken Scudder who becomes pals with Pharoah. After a housewarming get-together, Ken's wife Linda has mixed-combo lesbian sex with Val, while the two hubbies go to a bar and get laid.
Seeman has trouble getting turned on but eventually wife Cleo gets him to perform by sticking a string of pearls up his rectum. Even during sex, John has to yell racist remarks about Black folks.
Since the film is virtually all filler, an excursion to watch the Oakland A's play baseball is an occasion for Amos to pretend to be a big shot, and easily bamboozle A's fan Sharon Thorpe, playing a ditzy character for a change. Amos tickling her vagina with the heel of a baseball bat is typical of the low humor here.
Finale back home has the lead foursome engaging in wife swapping. Film's pirated musical score is a series of odd choices, including Broadway hits "Impossible Dream" and "Cabaret", the Col. Bogey march from BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI, and even the wonderful instrumental hit of old, "Telstar".
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